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There's little doubt that OS X 10.9 Mavericks – of the upcoming OS X 10.10 Yosemite – operating system is a fully-featured platform that allows you to get a lot done, but adding a few extras in the form of utilities can help you get an awful lot more from the platform.
Here are my top six utilities that I have installed on my Macs.
Apart from the Google Chrome Browser, this is the application I use the most on my Mac. OK, OK, I know that's because I take a barrel-load of screenshots each and every day, and that might not apply to all of you, but if your job involves screenshots, SnagIt is a huge timesaver that streamlines the whole process.
It also makes taking complex screenshots – where perhaps you have to use a timer or scroll down a window – a snap.
I know OS X has built-in screen capture functionality, but I find it a lot more cumbersome to use than SnagIt.